Aberdeen forward Adam Rooney could become the first Dons player since Jim Bett, in 1990, to be crowned Scotland’s PFA Player of the Year.
Rooney has been named on the shortlist for the PFA award alongside Celtic duo Virgil van Dijk and Stefan Johansen as well as Dundee forward Greg Stewart
The Dons hitman has enjoyed a stunning season, netting 27 goals for Derek McInnes’ men in all competitions.
All Premiership players submitted their votes for the award which, last season, was won by Celtic midfielder Kris Commons.
The winners will be announced and presented with their awards at a star-studded dinner at the Hilton Glasgow on Sunday, May 3, for the awards ceremony sponsored by Cheque Centre currency exchange.
PFA Scotland Chief Executive Fraser Wishart commented: “This is the top award for players. There is no greater honour in football than to be voted the best player in your country by your fellow professionals.”